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Is extrait vanille vegan?

Extrait vanille is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is extrait vanille?

Extrait vanille, also known as vanilla extract, is a popular food ingredient derived from vanilla beans. It is commonly used in baking, desserts, and other culinary applications to impart a sweet, floral, and slightly woody flavor. The extract is made by soaking vanilla beans in a solution of alcohol and water, which extracts the flavor compounds from the beans. The resulting liquid is then aged to enhance the depth and complexity of the vanilla flavor. Extrait vanille is a versatile ingredient that can be used to enhance the flavor of many different types of dishes, from sweet treats to savory sauces.

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